A multi-centre paper we contributed to, which shows dysregulation of AMPAR expression in C9ORF72 ALS, has just been accepted for publication in Nature Communications. This paper includes Amit’s findings that ALS patient iPSC-derived motoneurons do not show dysfunctional phenotypes when grown in the absence of ALS-affected astrocytes.
- Paper on balanced cholinergic modulation accepted for publication
- Paper on astrocyte-derived metamodulation accepted for publication
- Paper on dysregulation of AMPARs in C9ORF72 ALS accepted for publication in Nature Communications
- Review on gliotransmission in spinal motor circuits accepted for publication
- Fully-funded PhD studentship available to study role of Na pumps in health and disease